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OBITUARY I -——— I MRS. G. M. EVANS. To the deep regret of a large circle of attached friends, Mrs. Evans, wife of Mr. G. M. Evans, manager of the National Provincial Bank, passed away in the early hours of Tuesday. Some weeks pre- viously, Mrs. Evans was removed to the Hospital to undergo an operation. This was successfully performed, but later on, heart weakness supervened. The deceased lady was a very popular figure in the town, her good humour and never failing cheerfulness endearing her to all with whom she came in contact. She was a devoted mother, never so happy as in the company of her six children. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Evans attained dis- tinction as a nurse and at one time had Nurse Cavell as one of her colleagues. The funeral took place yesterday after- noon, the last sad rites being performed by the Rev. Rees Griffiths, M.A. Thece were a large number of beautiful floral tributes. The following gentlemen acted as bearers:—Mr. David Davies, Cbwell House, Mr., Frank Collingridge, Mr. C. C. Talbot, Mr. D. Gwilym Williams, Mr. J. B. Harries, Mr. Brinley R. Jones, Lieut .-Col. Bramwell Jones, and Mr. Joseph H. Williams.

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